George Strait, Randy Rogers, Clint Black, & More Perform Some “Texas Classics” For Matthew McConaughey’s “We’re Texas” Benefit

For those of y’all who didn’t have the chance to watch Matthew McConaughey’s “We’re Texas” virtual benefit concert, don’t worry… the videos from the concert are slowly making their way to YouTube, giving you a chance to take a look back on the event.

Earlier today, McConaughey released a recap of some of the performances from George Strait, Randy Rogers, Clint Black, Lyle Lovett, and The Eagles’ Don Henley, and needless to say, the performances were phenomenal.

King George led off with his legendary song “Troubadour,” as well as “Weight of the Badge.” Randy Rogers did a nice acoustic rendition of “Buy Myself A Chance,” and “In My Arms Instead.” The great Lyle Lovett sang a couple of his songs and rocked the stage as well.

Clint Black was up next and played his hit song “Killin’ Time,” and “I’ll Take Texas.”

Last but not least, Don Henley came on and sang Jesse Whinchester’s song “Snow,” while ironically playing a shovel as a guitar.

If you haven’t heard by now, the campaign was an insane success, as McConaughey and his wife were able to raise over $8 million for damage repairs from the Texas snowstorm.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock